These richly detailed designs, adapted from an ancient art form, invite colorists of all ages to bring to vivid life an intriguing display of handsome illustrations. Apply your choice of hues to stylized floral sprays of buds and full-blown blossoms, graceful butterflies, bizarre creatures from the r... read more
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These richly detailed designs, adapted from an ancient art form, invite colorists of all ages to bring to vivid life an intriguing display of handsome illustrations. Apply your choice of hues to stylized floral sprays of buds and full-blown blossoms, graceful butterflies, bizarre creatures from the realms of fantasy, and other time-honored subjects. Then, simply hold the finished picture up to a light source and enjoy the lovely glow!
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